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Celtic Home Gallery is a high-end home remodeling firm in South Forida.
Their work is extraordinary. The business features a 5,000 sq. ft. showroom.
Pamela Walsh Gallery is an art gallery in Palo Alto, CA.
The gallery focues on contemporary art by lesser-known, but extremely talented artist.
The Power of The Possible is a website for Auriela McCarthy, an author, speaker and relationship expert. Her site is complex, effective and is one of my favotites.
My clients were selling their house and wanted a website.
They received over 500 hits on this site and sold the house in 2 weeks.
Healing Flower is a website for Mark Flower, an acupuncturist and expert in Chinese medicine. He specializes Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture and Instant Pain Relief. This site is simple and elegant.
Pam needed a site for her Pilates and Fitness studio, but she wanted it all on one page so people could just scroll on their mobile devices.
Electrical Connection, Inc is a website for Fred Hyslop, a licensed electrical contactor. His clients are both residental and businesses.
I think this site really shows what he can do.
Ore Construction is a website for a major builder of homes and commercial buildings.
This site is for both the individual planning a home and companies looking for large projects.
MaTandhir is a website for Peter Gilbert, an architect by profession.
Peter created a new way to teach "Intimicy" to men, both gay and straight.
Faith Davis was a well-known Western New York artist in the 1940s – 60s.
Her daughter wanted a website to show off her mother's work.
This site is still under constuction.
Sweet Chair-ity is a website for Margo Davis, a voice-over actress who makes the most amazingly creative painted chairs for charity. I think this one is a lot of fun.
Eric Evinczik is a website for the artist. Eric creates fantastic scenes from "paleo" history and folklore that could never actually exist.
Star is a website for Michael Starks who does estate liquidations and appraisals.
This site is still under construction, but I liked enough that I wanted to show it off!